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United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 274 Collections and/or Records:

John McCausland Letter

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Identifier: SC 00292
Scope and Contents Letter from Col. Jno. McCausland, Head Quarters Red House, [W.Va.?], to General [?], no place. He asks consent to move troops to Buffalo, as Albert Gallatin Jenkins ordered. He suggests that Mrs. Shaw be given a pass to travel to Ohio to join her husband.

John Robinson Letter of Discharge

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Identifier: SC 00414
Scope and Contents This letter details the discharge of Private John Robinson, Co. A, 1st Regiment Infantry, Wise Brigade, due to injury to his ankle bone from a fall. It originates from the Camp at Meadow Bluff and is signed by John Wilkins, Surgeon. The letter also notes he rejoined the company on February 17, 1862.

John Stuart Williams Letter

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Identifier: SC 00294
Scope and Contents Letter from Brigadier General John Stuart Williams, Head Quarters, 2nd Brigade, Army of Western Va., near Raleigh Court House, [W. Va.], to Captain W. B. Myers, Assistant Adjutant General. He denies abandoning his sick soldiers at Montgomery's Ferry as claimed in the Commanding General's note, nor did he abandon the wounded soldiers at Fayette. He will move camp to Piney this morning and send back wagons for the sick as ordered by the Commanding General.

John T. McCall Letter to his Sister, Libby

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Identifier: SC 00510
Content Description One page letter from John McCall to his sister, Libby from the South Carolina Swamps. McCall was attached to the 98th Regiment of the Ohio Infantry and had just completed their capture of Savannah at the time of his letter. He describes the torrential rains and subsequent uncomfortable conditions for himself and his comrades.

John Tyler, Jr. Papers

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Identifier: 01/Mss. 78 T97

Jay W. Johns, Jr. Papers

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Identifier: Mss. 74 J64
Scope and Contents The collection contains mostly personal and business correspondence of Jay Winston Johns, Jr., including papers of the Atlas Fuel Corporation of New York, New York and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Lee-Jackson Memorial, Inc.; the Virginia Trust for Historic Preservation; and "Ash Lawn," now owned by the College of William and Mary.The correspondence of Johns includes correspondence with Virginia Democratic Party figures such as Albertis S. Harrison, William M. Tuck, Mills Godwin, Harry...

Bradley T. Johnson Papers

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Identifier: Mss. 39.2 J61
Scope and Contents Letters, 1881-1899, received by Bradley T. Johnson from former and fellow Civil War soldiers concerning the burning of Chambersburg, Pa., conflict between Jubal Early and William Mahone, and the Kilpatrick-Dahlgren Raid. Correspondents are C.B. Dahlgren, John Warwick Daniel, Jubal A. Early, James W. Eldridge, Wade Hampton, Henry Brainerd McClellan, William E. Peters, and John H. Worsham.

Johnston H. Skelly Letter

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Identifier: SC 00331
Scope and Contents A letter by Johnston .H. Skelly, New Kent Court House, to his wife about the Battle of Williamsburg and the Peninsular Campaign. He witnesses the burning of the Merrimack [CSS Virginia].

Joseph E. Johnston Papers

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Identifier: 01/Mss. 39.1 J63
Scope and Contents Papers of Joseph E. Johnston, C.S.A. General during the American Civil War, including correspondence which reflect his long military career and interest in his nephews, John Warfield Johnston and John Preston Johnston. The papers include a diary, 1857, of Johnston's survey of the southern boundary of Kansas and eighteen volumes of Civil War dispatches and telegrams. The collection also includes a diary, 1 May-31 July 1864, of Thomas B. Mackall; letters received by Louis...

Johnston to Capt. William G. Taliaferro Letter (Photostat)

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Identifier: SC 01248
Scope and Contents Photocopy of letter from Johnston in Lexington, Kentucky to William G. Taliaferro in Bowling Green, Virginia about the end of the American Civil War and Reconstruction. September 30, 1867.